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Regarding multi sources to single target

Hi all,

In which case( business need) we will go for multi messages to a single one(n:1) mapping.

so far I have encountered 1:n but not vice versa.

Please explain business need and give some blogs to practice.


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    Jun 14, 2007 at 12:56 PM


    Imagine you receive an order, call an RFC to do a lookup for a partner number and send the order to a receiver system with the partner number obtained from the RFC.

    You will create an integration process that first receives the order. It then calls the RFC and the output from the RFC is stored in the container.

    In order to create the output order, data from the first order is needed, as well as the output from the RFC. In order to do this, you call a mapping that takes two input documents (the original order and the response from the RFC) and map those to the output order.

    This blog gives an example of another multi-mapping scenario: <a href="/people/pooja.pandey/blog/2005/07/27/idocs-multiple-types-collection-in-bpm">IDOCs (Multiple Types) Collection in BPM</a>

    Kind regards,


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